The only problem I have had is getting the fit right on a bridge. One I have on now does not fit well and cement leaking is causing some tongue irritation. I have given up on anyone getting it right though. The last dentist I saw said there was nothing wrong with the bridge. I stick gum to the roof of my mouth and back of the bridge when it gets bad and that shields my tongue well enough.
I had my emax crowns replaced with nortiake cerabian fused to zircon, but was no better. The nortiake cerabian is also a lithium disilicate like emax. Lithium containg ceramics have been shown to be more cytotoxic than regular ceramics, so they should be avoided. Your demist won't know what the ceramic is though. The ceramics used for zircon crowns will probably have a lithium disilicate ceramic. Avoid zircon. I have not had a problem with Ivoclar Inline porcelain fused to high gold captek.
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